Synopses & Reviews
Silver Prize winner, 19th Annual Mature Media Awards, National Media (Book) division.Defining the differences between run-of-the-mill old farts and the loveable geezer, this hilarious tome for old men illuminates what they need to embrace geezerhood. Tools for recognizing different types of geezers--from the golfer to the hypochondriac--help men identify what type of cranky old man they are, and geezer role models and great geezer moments offer inspiration for who they can ultimately become. Offering daily insights into geezer philosophies and tips for locating popular geezer stomping grounds, this must-have gift for grandpa also includes crosswords, puzzles, and ""New Yorker ""cartoons he can enjoy from the comfort of his own recliner.
"A humorous exploration on how to be old and hate every second of it, packed with cartoons from the New Yorker . . . a worthy pick." Midwest Book Review Library Bookwatch
""Old and grumpy, are you? Well, this hilarious book will validate your eccentric behavior among friends and family. Celebrate your geezer potential!"" --www.15MinutesMagazine.com
About the Author
Charles F. Adams is a former advertising executive and owner of the Pittsburg Penguins of the National Hockey League. He is the author of ""Murder by the Bay."" He lives in San Francisco.